Biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli visited ‘The Early Show’ to look at the possibility that Michael Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe could be called to the stand to answer questions about their sexual relationship. Watch the segment via CBSNews.com below the cut.
Madonna And Jacko Named Among Greatest Americans
April 25, 2005 – According to AOL Polls, Madonna and Michael Jackson are listed as two of America’s greatest people. The two were named among many American Presidents such as: President George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, and many others. Also appearing on the list is Maya Angelou, Hilary Clinton, Billy Cosby, Ray Charles, Bill Gates, Benjamin Franklin, Tom Hanks, Michael Jordan, Helen Keller, Marilyn Monroe, Rosa Parks, Elvis Presely, Martha Stewart, Oprah, Donald Trump, and many others. Don’t forget to watch the television program June 5th, 8pm on the Discovery Channel to see who is the Greatest American. The event will be hosted by NBC’s Matt Laurer.
We Need A New Star
April 25, 2005 – Contributed anonymously: I don’t know about all of you people, but frankly I’m bored with today’s show business scene. There’s nothing exciting to watch on TV anymore. Everything is the same and boring. On one side we have all of our pop singers doing the same rock stuff (that I am quite sick of already) and then we have our hip-hop performers who rhyme to the same beats accompanied by different Arabic melodies. We need someone fresh and new to bring some excitement to show business, someone who will do a completely new thing, like nothing we have ever seen before, that will leave us amazed gasping with joy. I don’t see it happening ever since Michael Jackson arrived. It is pretty sad that today’s stars are a bunch of copy cats who got to show business through connections without any talent. That is why there’s nothing new to see on TV anymore. They have nothing to offer leaving us bored and pissed off. So, that is why I say we need new talents ASAP.
Dimond: Debbie Rowe Will Zing The King Of Pop
April 25, 2005 – Diane Dimond writes about the pending testimony of Debbie Rowe in her weekly analysis of the Michael Jackson trial for The New York Post. “Rowe knows where the prescription-drug bodies are buried, she knows about Jackson’s deep desire to have his own kids, and she is on record as having declared that he should not be around children,” Dimond writes. “And, at this point in time, Debbie Rowe is mad! I think I feel another Jackson trip to the hospital coming on.”